Author(s): Ramirez Rafael, Zavala Diana, Escude Nuria, Duarte Esther, Redon Susana and Navarro Carolina

Presenter(s): Diana Zavala Camacho, MT

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Bio: She is a peruvian with a Bachelor of Music with mention in singing, graduated from “Carlos Valderrama” Conservatory in Trujillo, Perú; she joined the Cast of Passion for Talent in 2012, attending classes with prestigious ISA’s teachers from the Teatro Colón (Argentina), she has participated in different recitals in Trujillo, as well as Lima, both as a soloist and in choral groups.

Specialized in lyrical singing, she attended classes with internationally recognized teachers, such as: Dr. Jeanie Darnell (USA), Dr. Christopher Shelt (USA), Carlos Fernández Aransay (Spain), Eduardo Castro (USA) and Sergio Giai (Argentina).

In 2017, she traveled to Barcelona to study a Master’s degree in Music Therapy at the Universitat de Barcelona, with the President of the Republic Scholarship, awarded by Peru.

She did her Music Therapy interships with different populations, in entities such as: the Catalan Parkinson’s Association, Sant Joan de Déu Serveis Sociosanitaris with Alzheimer’s patients, Escola Moragas and the Institut Catalá de Musicoterapia with children and teenagers with different diagnoses such as autism, Down syndrome, Rett, Rubenstain, among others; as well as the Hospital “Centre Forum of the Consorci Mar Parc de Salut in Barcelona”, where she developed Master’s degree thesis, which was approved with the maximum score.

In 2018 she participated in the “5th International Conference of the International Association for Music and Medicine”, and did the “The Ronnie Gardiner Method” course.

The same year she did the “MATADOC – 1st Level” Training by Wendy Magee, and developed a research tool and musical interface to use on stroke patients in rehab, with the support and help of other tutors and collaborators.

This research will be presented at this “6th International Conference of the International Association for Music and Medicine.”

Finally, in 2019 she returned to Peru, after successfully completing her Master’s degree with honors.
Nowadays she works as a Music Therapist in her country.

Title: Music Therapy and Motion Sensing for Improving Arm Movement in Stroke Patients

Contribution type: Paper

Author(s): Pfeiffer Camila and Goyheneix Mercedes

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Title: Development of a Music-Based Assessment Tool for Cognitive Functions and Music-Cognition in Adults with Acquired Brain Injury (ECMUS): A Pilot-Validation Study

Contribution type: Paper

Author(s): Zhang Jing-Wen, DeDe Gayle and Magee Wendy

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Title: Collaborating A Music TherapyFieldwork Program in a Clinic for Speech and Language ImpairmentsFollowing Acquired Brain Injuries

Contribution type: Paper